Adoptable Dogs

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pictures and descriptions of all of our available dogs can be are listed below and can also be found on our Facebook dog album.  

All dogs are spayed/neutered and vaccinated before leaving the shelter. Many Dillon- and Bozeman-area clinics will offer a free initial checkup to a dog adopted from our shelter. Inquire directly for details. 

ADOPTION FEES

Dogs and Puppies - $120

Senior Dog (5 years and older) - $60

Senior Adopter (60 and over) - $80

Senior Adopting a Senior Dog - Free

Military Discount - $80

We offer occasional adoption specials!

I'm Holstein

12/4/19:  Holstein is a 2-year-old male large breed mix. He's a little lost in the chaos of the shelter, but once he knows his environment is quite the clown! He's been known to chase cars, so a fenced yard is a must.

A new arrival at our shelter, Holstein is not yet neutered. We hope to have the surgery performed sometime next week, at which point he'll be cleared for adoption, and we'll update this post.

Anybody interested in adopting before the surgery can come meet him, pay the full adoption fee of $120 (senior and military discounts apply), and make arrangements for him to be delivered directly to a Dillon-area vet clinic. Shelter staff/volunteers can deliver the dog to the clinic, and the cost of the spay/neuter will be the responsibility of the adopter upon pickup.

I'm Walter

Walter is 2 years old, housetrained, and walks like a dream on a leash. He knows lots of tricks!

A new arrival at our shelter, Walter is not yet neutered. We hope to have the surgery performed sometime next week, at which point he'll be cleared for adoption, and we'll update this post.

Anybody interested in adopting before the surgery can come meet Walter, pay the full adoption fee of $120 (senior and military discounts apply), and make arrangements for him to be delivered directly to a Dillon-area vet clinic. Shelter staff/volunteers can deliver the dog to the clinic, and the cost of the spay/neuter will be the responsibility of the adopter upon pickup.

I'm Terrance

12/4/19:  Terrance is a 1-year-old male mixed-breed dog. He's very enthusiastic, loves toys, and will retrieve all day long! Great for an active family.

A new arrival at our shelter, Terrance is not yet neutered. We hope to have the surgery performed sometime next week, at which point he'll be cleared for adoption, and we'll update this post.

Anybody interested in adopting before the surgery can come meet him, pay the full adoption fee of $120 (senior and military discounts apply), and make arrangements for him to be delivered directly to a Dillon-area vet clinic. Shelter staff/volunteers can deliver the dog to the clinic, and the cost of the spay/neuter will be the responsibility of the adopter upon pickup.

I'm Archy

12/4/19:  Archy is a 4-year-old male Border Collie / Pit Bull / Great Dane mix. He loves other dogs and cats, and would do well in a home without small children (although a dog-savvy kid could be fine). He's well house-trained, loves to give kisses, and loves to play. He's a bit of a clown! Come on in and get to know this sweet boy.

I'm Jalka

12/4/19:  Jalka is a 2-year-old mixed breed, a sweet and very smart boy, but quite dog-reactive (except for with his kennel buddy, Oli). It's possible that a good home with some focused training would help him move past this behavior, but for now we feel he'd probably do best in a home without other pets.

I'm Pops

12/4/19: Meet Pops!

Pops is a being fostered in Helena, by a family who've been working hard to help him resolve some allergy issues. They've taken him to the vet, have a good understanding of his needs, and are now hoping to help him find his forever home. As they know him best, we'll let them make the introduction:

"Pops is around 5, but like any typical lab still has plenty of puppy left in him! Pops ... See More

I'm Mystery

12/4/19:  Mystery is a 2 1/2- year-old female Lab/Beagle mix. She's learned a few commands and is a quick study! She gets along with other dogs very well. In the past, she blended into the background and wasn't given many socialization opportunities. This caused her to bond tightly to her pack and display protective behaviors when staff entered her area. Since our policy changes went into effect, she's been engaging with people and has truly blossomed into a mentally healthy, affectionate dog! We feel that placing her in a home will only continue that growth. She has been cleared for adoption!

I'm Storm

12/4/19:  Storm is a 1-year-old female King Shepherd. She's house trained and knows some basic obediance. She's quite the cuddler! Storm is hit or miss with other dogs, although it seems other alpha type dogs give her the most trouble. She loves kids and is a great "nanny dog". Storm would thrive with a job- dog sports, working ranch, Search & Rescue- just give her some work and she'll flourish! We feel Storm will do best with an experienced handler who will give her plenty of mental and physical stimulation.

I'm Oli

12/4/19:  Oli is a 2-year-old mixed breed, a sweet and very smart boy, but can be dog-reactive (except for with his kennel buddy, Jalka). It's possible that a good home with some focused training would help him move past this behavior, but for now we feel he'd probably do best in a home without other pets.

I'm Missy

12/4/19:  Missy is a 3-year-old female, good with other dogs, very playful and curious.

A new arrival at our shelter, Missy is not yet spayed. We hope to have the surgery performed sometime next week, at which point she'll be cleared for adoption, and we'll update this post.

Anybody interested in adopting before the surgery can come meet her pay the full adoption fee of $120 (senior and military discounts apply), and make arrangements for her to be delivered directly to a Dillon-area vet clinic. Shelter staff/volunteers can deliver the dog to the clinic, and the cost of the spay/neuter will be the responsibility of the adopter upon pickup.

I'm Mason

12/4/19:  Mason is a year old, loves to be held and cuddled. He can be a little nervous at first, but once he gets to know his environment, he becomes happy and confident. Mason loves cats, and is good with people of all ages. Would do best with another animal friend.

A new arrival at our shelter, Mason is not yet neutered. We hope to have the surgery performed sometime next week, at which point he'll be cleared for adoption, and we'll update this post.

Anybody interested in adopting before the surgery can come meet him, pay the full adoption fee of $120 (senior and military discounts apply), and make arrangements for him to be delivered directly to a Dillon-area vet clinic. Shelter staff/volunteers can deliver the dog to the clinic, and the cost of the spay/neuter will be the responsibility of the adopter upon pickup.

Beaverhead Animal Shelter . 80 Lagoon Lane . Dillon, MT 59725 . 406.683.8119 

© 2019  By Elizabeth Nutzman.